Tuesday, October 21, 2008


To quote Ice Cube "Today was a good day" for sure. I ran to a couple of my beauty supply stores at lunch and grabbed a few items and I was right by a Dollar Tree so I thought what the hay, let me run in and see if they have any of the Maybelline Colorama Top Coats. Guess what??? They did!! After my NYC Molten Metal hunt down resulted in nothing but a huge waste of gas and time, I really had no hopes of finding any of these. So imagine my surprise when I indeed did. So I promptly snapped up all they had. I also picked up a Jordana - Angelique out of the 99 cent tub at one of my beauty supply stores, I just didn't picture it below.

I wanted to share with you guys what all I got today. First up the Colorama Top Coats. The end two are not top coats, but they come three to a package for $1.00.
(4) Sonic Sunset, Ruby Rays, Gold Wash, Gives Me The Chills, Raspberry Sorbet, & Lilac Freeze
I also got some new nail art stickers.
Cala Nail Arts Halloween 3D Nail Sticker Item # 86-174 $3.99

Cina Nail Jewelry Decals in Tiara Item # 133058 $3.49

A new nail art brush. I am hoping I am able to do some amazing things with this. The brush end is at a curve, so maybe this will make things easier. It also has a dotting tool on the other end. My next nail design I am waiting to maybe do some sort of a Halloween french and use the little dotting tool to make dots.

It's So Easy Double Sided Nail Art Brush Item # 698250 $3.99

I also got another NAP (nail art pen). I wanted to show you guys the cool thing with the Nubar pens. They have a little dotting tool built right into the top of the pen, and you also get the brush tool too.

Nubar NAP 123 Basic White $4.99

When you untwist the whole lid you get the brush. This can be used for "drawing' or making stripes.

I hope you can see in the picture the "dotting" end. To get this you pull the top part off. There is a little metal tip and you can make little dots with this end.



Katee said...

Good stuff!!

Brooke said...

KATEE - I thought so too! Have a great day and thanks for showing me some love ;)

The Paraben Free Princess said...

LOL. 'Today was a good day' is Ice CUBE, not T.

Cute nails.

Brooke said...

PRINCESS - U know when I typed that I thought "that doesn't look right", but I was to lazy to make sure - - - thanks for the correction ;)

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